GoDaddy Incorporated late Sunday August thirteen two thousand seventeen, pulled the plug on one of their own clients, DailyStormer.com. This right wing white supremacist website made disparaging comments towards Heather Heyer. She was murdered during the Unite The White, I mean Unite The Right klan rally that transpired a day prior.
She was hit by a car suspected to have been driven by white supremacist James Fields. Andrew Anglin titled an article pertaining to Heather Heyer's death with:
"Heather Heyer: Woman Killed in Road Rage Incident was a Fat, Childless 32-Year-Old Slut"
Andrew Anglin is a long line of white terrorists. He founded DailyStomer.com. This website name, Daily Stormer, is actually an english transliteration of a Nazi Germany propaganda rag titled "Der Stürmer".
He wrote an attack piece littered with ad hominem and other logical fallacies, towards his deceased victim, Heather Heyer. He wrote a five facts you need to know article about her. A twitter user notified GoDaddy Incorporated asking them to read this article.
GoDaddy responded by giving Andrew and DailyStormer.com twenty four hours to move their website to another hosting providor. GoDaddy has been pressured in the past about white supremacist websites hosted on their servers. Here are some quotes found in this article linked to above:
"most people are glad she is dead"
"this fat slob"
"Having no children at that age, it can be assumed that she had multiple abortions, and was thus herself a child murderer."
Andrew and his DailyStormer.com website claims that her death was just an act of road rage. A total absurd statement considering the driver of a two thousand ten dodge challenger, which was registered to James Fields, plowed into her and other persons intentionally. We shall see if GoDaddy is bluffing or not.
As of this blog post creation, DailyStormer.com is registered with GoDaddy, with Internet Protocal address 188.8.131.52. However, with my information technology background, it can take hours if not longer for Domain Name Service changes to take affect across the Internet.